Jan 29, 2019
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Shadowy Faces Made from Strainers

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Artwork and Photography by ISAAC CORDAL

 

 

Using simple strainers, public sources of light and very steady hands; artist and sculptor Isaac Cordal creates incredible faces in colander baskets, placing them around London, using street lights to project shadowy figures onto sidewalks.

We’ve already featured Isaac’s brilliant work before, but in this series entitled Cement bleak, Isaac takes his street art to a completely different (but equally amazing) place from his well known miniature cement sculptures.

Can you imagine walking down a street and coming across one of these installations? Keep up the amazing work Isaac! You can check out his other work on his official site at: http://www.isaac.alg-a.org

 

 

Artwork and Photography by ISAAC CORDAL

 

 

Artwork and Photography by ISAAC CORDAL

 

 

Artwork and Photography by ISAAC CORDAL

 

 

Artwork and Photography by ISAAC CORDAL

 

 

Artwork and Photography by ISAAC CORDAL

 

 

Artwork and Photography by ISAAC CORDAL

 

 

Artwork and Photography by ISAAC CORDAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Article Categories:
art · conceptual · portraits · shadows · street art

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